South Simcoe Police cruiser

Vehicle towed

BRADFORD – Speeding was just the first ticket a local man received after being stopped by South Simcoe police after the lunch hour Tuesday.

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Lug nuts loosened

PENETANGUISHENE – Lug-nut loosening is being investigated by police after two recent incidents here.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks with Honda production associate Ronda St. Pierre, left during an announcement on Monday by Honda of Canada Manufacturing in Alliston that it will produce the next generation CR-V model for the European market, the first time that HCM will export vehicles to Europe. IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER

Honda steering towards Europe

Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks with Honda production associate Ronda St. Pierre, left during an announcement on Monday by Honda of Canada Manufa

Robbery charges

Two males face robbery charges after three people were assaulted and an iPhone taken from them Tuesday night in Barrie.

Repeat offender

A youth was arrested and charged Tuesday night in connection with crimes committed that are virtually identical to ones from last September.

Barrie North students Philip Jacome and Dalton Stewart work to construct a cedar bench during Tuesday's Ontario Technical Skills Competition qualifying event at the education centre. MARK WANZEL PHOTO

Building on their skills

More than 45 Simcoe County District School Board secondary students put their skills to the test Tuesday in effort to earn a spot in the Ontario Techn

Howie Nichol, managing director of Coates Fine Cars in Barrie, tries out some new wheels at the dealership's recent meet and greet. MARK WANZEL PHOTO

Wheeling in fun

A chance to check out some new wheels helped make a meet and greet recently held at Coates Fine Cars in Barrie a success.

     

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